Funding to support Street Angels and Pastors in Lancashire3 September, 2019
Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has once again made funding available to support the work of Street Pastors, Street Angels and similar organisations who are making Lancashire’s streets safer.
£25,000 has been made available for application by the Commissioner to support groups of trained volunteers who usually patrol the streets of their community on a Friday and Saturday night, supporting the homeless and other vulnerable people whilst also offering assistance to night-time revellers and preventing violent incidents getting out of control.
Funding is often used by the groups to help them train and equip new volunteers, upskill those who are already volunteering and for resources to help support vulnerable people.
The Commissioner said as he opened the fund for applications:
“I’m pleased to again support the work that organisations such as Street Pastors and Street Angels do across the county.
“This funding will help groups support vulnerable people, one of the key priorities in my Police and Crime Plan, making Lancashire a safer place and dealing with incidents before they escalate and require police or paramedics.”
For more information visit https://www.lancashire-pcc.gov.uk/our-money/grant-funding/other-grants/
Deadline for applications is 12pm Monday 7th October.